This is a great way to relieve some symptoms associated with an earache or ear infection discomfort.
Pot and stove
Cheesecloth or anycloth or paper towel
Simply chop up onions, put in pot with a tiny bit of water, heat them for 2 minutes or until slightly blanced. Take off from heat, let cool. Drain off liquid. Place in cloth. An place on top of affected ear or behind the ear, resting on the head. The warmth and sulfur compounds from the onion help to relieve congestion, induce circulation to drain excess fluid from the ear and also ease pain.
A very old traditional herbal remedy, that is non toxic and ingredients that most people have at home.
1/2 avocado - ripe
2 cups of pineapple (frozen or thawed...I like mine thawed)
1 tbsp of green tea matcha powder (optional)
1 scoop of protein powder
2 basil leaves (optional)
handful of spinach or kale (optional)
Water or coconut water to desired consistency
Put all ingredients in a blender (I love using my Vitamix) and serve. The avocado makes this smoothie very creamy without adding dairy or yogurt. This recipe is packed of healthy fats, protein and lots of antioxidants.
Best Ever Energy Bites
This recipe is a favourite in my household, it’s quick, easy, delicious AND healthy. It is a no bake recipe that is very versatile to ingredients you like and have on hand. Enjoy!
½ cup of nut butter (peanut, almond, cashew etc.)
1 c. oats (instant or rolled oat, or spelt flakes etc)
¼ ground nuts (any nuts or seeds, like pumpkin, sunflower, almond, cashew, walnut etc)
1 tbsp ground flaxseed
1 tbsp hemp hearts (or chia seeds)
1 tbsp honey (any sweetener like maple syrup, agave etc.)
Blend in chocolate chips or carob chips or any dried fruit you like.
Mix and then roll into bite size balls.
You can also roll them in coconut for some extra flavour: